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... Volcano National Monument. You can drive up to the top and
see the crater but when we got there we found out the length of our
vehicle meant we could go but it would cost $18, shut the road down
and require an escort up the road and back down again. Now, I have
faith in Ben's driving but not roads themselves so we (I) decided not
to. Kaitlin became Jnr. Ranger though, filling in an activity book,
going on a hike (not ...
... towards Cadillac Ranch in Texas and then perhaps come back to overnight in Tucumcari.
For the sake of doing something different, here's the playlist for today's drive, with occasional commentary / selective lyrics:
Seagull - Bad Company
Hero and Heroine - Strawbs
All allong the watchtower - Bob Dylan (There must be some way out of here)
Songdance - Pavlov's Dog (Teach me a ...
After another sausage and egg breakfast, with a healthy globule of "sausage gravy" glopped onto the sausage (mmm, this is good stuff - how it is that I have never even heard of sausage gravy until now, and then suddenly, it seems, every motel / hotel / inn I stay at offers this glutinous substance with every breakfast?).
All topped off with a "strawberry" yoghurt (quotes indicate a slight suspicion that the small print would indicate something like: ...
When I checked into the hotel in Santa Fe, I perused the usual display of tourist brochures that a hotel displays.
One caught my eye, offering a photographer's personal tour of photographable places around Santa Fe. I called the number, and arranged for Woody Galloway, local photographic artist, to pick me up at 9am today, for a daylong tour of 'hidden' places in the Santa Fe area.
And visit the hidden we did. One of the standouts of ...
Today is our 9th wedding anniversary!!!! The timing of our trip has worked out for many reasons, one of those being that we are traveling during our favorite time of year - the fall- and over both our birthdays and anniversary. What an eventful day it was...we went in a hot air balloon to celebrate! As you can imagine, we are very frugal during this journey and rarely do we pay for any tours or admission tickets, but we made ...